2017 Color Schemes Announced
June 1, 2017


BOISE, Idaho -- Boise State announced color schemes for each of its six 2017 regular-season home football games, Thursday.

The home opener against Troy, set for Sept. 2, and the first DAY GAME at Albertsons Stadium in four seasons, will feature a tri-color scheme. Boise State will also don its new UNIFORMS for the first time against the Trojans.

The Broncos will hold an Orange Out against New Mexico (Sept. 14) in the team's Mountain West opener, and follow with a Blue Out against Virginia (Sept. 22), the first school from the Atlantic Coast Conference to play a regular-season game at Albertsons Stadium.

Parent and Family weekend is set for Oct. 21 against Wyoming, while Homecoming will take place Nov. 4 against Nevada, and each game features a blue and orange color scheme.

The regular-season home finale against Air Force (Nov. 18) is Spirit Day, and fans are asked to wear their favorite Bronco gear regardless of color.

For the Broncos' road games against Washington State (Sept. 9), San Diego State (Oct. 14), Colorado State (Nov. 11) and Fresno State (Nov. 25), fans are encouraged to wear blue. For the tilts at BYU (Oct. 6) and Utah State (Oct. 28), orange is the preferred color.

Tickets for away games will go on sale to the general public at 9 a.m., Monday (June 5). Tickets can be purchased at BroncoSports.com/tickets, or by calling the Athletic Ticket Office at (208) 426-4737.

Season tickets are currently on sale and start as low as $165.

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